Discussion in 'The Smoking Lounge' started by jpberg, Nov 1, 2012.
Dunhill EMP in a Peterson System 302. It's probably early morning somewhere.
Dr. Grabow Omega full of Just For Him's Shotrcut to Mushrooms. Perfect for a mild November sunset.
Happy Almost Friday,
Freaky cold weather skies here, but none of the storm's effects, Lake Champlain is shielding us to the East, thank goodness.
Ten Russians, in a Radice.
University Flake in my Briar Boy custom beast
1776 patriot blend in a forever stemmed cob
Black Frigate in a Missouri Pride, Lapsang Souchong tea.
Reading Patrick O'Brians Post Captain.
Condor Long Cut in a bent Falcon International with a meer-lined snifter bowl while grilling some thin cut boneless pork chops...
Boswell Maple Leaf in the speckled egg.
Mac B. Club Blend In my Spillproof
After the Old Dudes helped me learn how to handle this I think it is my favorite thus far.
Well, I started the morning with Odessa in the Kapet 03, then on my way to the library a few hours ago I had a bowl of Grousemoor Mixture in the Stanwell Zebrano. After the library I went to get some stuff at a store, and on the walk home I had a canned iced green tea (no sugar or anything, just real tea, so it's refreshing) and a bowl of HH Highland Blend in the Kapet 68. Going to make some dinner and maybe a cup of tea and then try out one of the Blind Review samples tonight
G&H Dark Birdseye in an old Barling straight Exel 249 Fossil T.V.F. and hot tea.
Kendal Kentucky in a Country Gent.
Good evening. Some deliciously aged Old Gowrie in the Northern Briars banker, my faithful workhorse pipe. It's got to be the nicest, prettiest faithful workhorse pipe a person ever had. I love it, and I show my love by beating the hell out of it every day with VA tobacco.
This was taken a couple months ago, but here she is:
Nice, crisp 50˚F here, clear skies. Supposed to be a sorta patchy frost tonight, cause for celebration in my book. If we get even 1 centimeter of snow this year, I will do a happy dance. Cold weather season seems to be grudgingly arriving in Alabama, and I get happier by the day. I wish that, like Berg, I could say I have Lake Champlain to the east of me, but alas, all I have to the east is Atlanta. A rather poor alternative, to be sure.
Prince Albert in a Pete 6
Onyx in a medium bend lattice URAL meer. It's been a long time since I smoked this particular meer.
C&D Afterhours in a Stanwell Golden Danish
Byzantium in a Missouri Pride. Still reading.
I am enjoying some Steven Books First Pipe in a Brebbia Brasil Slightly Bent Dublin with some Earl Grey tea. I saw I was down to less than a half pound of this. I will have to order more!
Now that's funny....
Smoking the leftover bowl from last night (Nutty Professor) not sure what to start next.
Just before supper I had my MM Diplomat filled with McC's Royal Cajun Dark. My gosh, that stuff is tasty. BBQ and smoked meat, a beautiful peppery sweet and sour dance in my mouth. Never had a tobacco like that before. Good thing I smoked it BEFORE dinner or I'd have had to fix a second supper! Thanks to David Emond for alerting me to this stuff! I'll be returning for more, no doubt!